Two College Math Majors Build 800-Pound Snowball and Roll It Downhill — Their Calculations Get a Great Big ‘F’ | TheBlaze.com: "During a rare storm that dumped about 12 inches of snow on Portland, a pair of Reed College math majors decided to make a large snowball.
As they rolled it back and forth, it picked up more and more snow and gained mass. College officials said the ball was some 40 inches in diameter and weighed from 800 to 900 pounds. “It was a big snowball,” maintenance manager Steve Yeadon told Reed Magazine."
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